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Nisa shoppers in Gidea Park help off-licence raise pounds for Richard House children's hospice

PUBLISHED: 08:00 03 November 2013

Samual Dobie, five, having his face painted by Amanda Jenner from justlikemymummy.co.uk at the Nisa charity fun day for Richard House children's hospice

Samual Dobie, five, having his face painted by Amanda Jenner from justlikemymummy.co.uk at the Nisa charity fun day for Richard House children's hospice

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Shoppers at Nisa in Gidea Park at the weekend may have been surprised to find themselves face-to-face with a local X-Factor star.

Danny Capitanchik (store manager), Viv Talbot (community and events manager for Richard House children's hospice), Amy Mottram from X-Factor, store worker Sarah Porter and Cllr Andrew CurtinDanny Capitanchik (store manager), Viv Talbot (community and events manager for Richard House children's hospice), Amy Mottram from X-Factor, store worker Sarah Porter and Cllr Andrew Curtin

Amy Mottram was the main attraction at a fun day hosted by the Main Road off-licence in aid of Richard House children’s hospice – its official charity partner.

Half the shop’s profits on the day will be donated to the Beckton hospice, on top of which it will continue to give a few pennies to the charity every time someone buys an own-brand product indefinitely.

As well as popping along to meet Amy, youngsters enjoyed facepainting while adults helped the shop raise cash for the charity.

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